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1973's Innervisions would go from being considered one of the finest albums of the 1970s to one of the greatest LP's of all time. The set's epic "Living for the City" shows that Stevie Wonder's positivity (like Louis Armstrong's) was hard-won and partially fed by the joy creating music brought him. Spiritually and sonically, the song illustrates why Wonder's work is universally admired by his peers and followers in soul, rock and jazz. Nick Dedina, Google Play

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stevie wonder (84.79kB)
Thanks BMWLVR82

Don't want to have to add my credit/debit card to get this "free" one

wrsjk said:   Don't want to have to add my credit/debit card to get this "free" one

I haven't updated my card info in a while, expired card free things just go thru without an issue

I had a few rebate gift cards from some other deals that had maybe 10 cents left and I just used that. It works just fine!

Thanks OP.


stevie wonder's music being given away for free? i bet he didn't see this coming

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